They built the shelter to protect them from radiation in case of a nuclear war.
by Robert Imre, Tampere Peace Research Institute, Tampere University, Finland I love sportszelet. Always have. The slightly dry chocolate, with just a hint of rum flavour, and the off-normal rectangular size of 25 grams, always appealed to me, especially as a child. Being different to the chocolates that were around where I grew up in a suburb of Toronto, Canada, made it even more appealing; something unique. My earliest memory of the green label was eating the chocolates after some…
Children, during the Cold War asked their governments to make peace in light of an immanent Nuclear War. Today children protest around the world to urge leaders to take action on the unfolding Climate Crisis.
Fall of 2019 memory workshops on childhoods in three locations in Europe (Berlin, Riga, and Helsinki) and in Latin America (Mexico City).